|Day Low/High||23,668.86 / 23,919.93|
|52 Wk Low/High||23,344.52 / 26,951.81|
Global stocks edged higher Wednesday, while bond yields held near multi-month lows and oil prices continued to face downside pressures as investors prepped for today's Federal Reserve rate decision amidst increasing concerns of a global economic slowdown.
Global stocks followed Wall Street lower Tuesday, as markets around the world retreated in the face of slowing economic growth and rising political uncertainty while investors looked to this week's Federal Reserve rate decision to steady nerves amid one of the worst Decembers on record for U.S. equities.
Global stocks drifted lower Monday, pushing U.S. equity futures heading into red at the start of what is likely the final full trading week of the year, as investors remain cautious over the health of the world economy and remain focused on two key policy events in the coming days.
Procter & Gamble charged ahead as one of three stocks in the green Friday on a rough day for U.S. markets that saw stocks hit their lowest levels in more than six months.
Johnson & Johnson shares plunged the most in more than 15 years Friday following a report that said the company knew for decades that its iconic baby powder sometimes contained asbestos and failed to alert authorities.
Pfizer shares traded lower Friday even as the pharmaceutical group boosted it latest quarterly dividend and said it would buyback another $10 million in company stock in what may be the last corporate act of outgoing CEO Ian Read.
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